Tag Archives: Jewelry

she’s still got it…

This is a reworked post, originally written in September. Please enjoy! Bombs I can’t think of a better way to use spent bombs than to make jewelry! And that’s what the people at Article 22 do. I first discovered them at a pop-up, where I fell in love with these incredibly light, silvery bangles. They […]

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long time coming, shop slow fashion

Ok, I’ve finally launched my SHOP SLOW FASHION page—a simple way to introduce you to slow fashion and unique small makers! I’m going to highlight one item or collection every week and add as I go…  This bracelet is by Ayala Bar, an Israeli jeweler of Afghan descent. Her jewelry is what I would call ornate and what […]

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women working, Gas Bijoux

It wasn’t the jewelry that attracted me, it was the glimpse through the window at the way this woman working was dressed. Despite the door being ajar, it was a cold day when I wandered into the Gas Bijoux jewelry store. Her look is simple but elegant. The chunky sweater with the sleeves pushed up, the great fitting jeans, […]

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fascinating

The other day, I went to what I guess would be called a private jewelry party. The Italian craftswoman, Rosita Gioielli, was there with her treasure trove. To see more of her work, check out her elegant website. It’s funny how you can like something but never imagine yourself wearing it. That’s how I feel about Rosita’s jewelry style. It’s […]

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